European Court of Justice Says Member States Can't Ban GMOs Unless Risks Proven | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


European Court of Justice Says Member States Can't Ban GMOs Unless Risks Proven

The European Court of Justice has ruled EU Member States cannot adopt emergency measures to ban genetically modified organisms and/or foods without evidence they pose a "serious risk" - although it only serves to make EU rules on GMOs all the more opaque and confusing.

The European Court of Justice ruled September 13 that Member States cannot adopt emergency measures banning genetically modified organisms (GMOs) without evidence of a "serious risk to health or the environment" — although the ruling contradicts European Union legislation.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Rulings like this can be bought and paid for; I wonder how much this cost companies like Monsanto!!

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